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Bangladesh: Sex scandal in College

Bangladesh Blogger reports: “Female students of BCIC College, Dhaka have accused their male teachers of sexual harassment, which has led to the arrest of several students and teachers.”

  • zannat

    Amio ooi college er student…..honestly speaking khub e joghonno college.Teacher ra student der ke je ki vaabe.Khub valo to dure thak mota muti maaner invironment o ooi college e chilo na abong ekhono je nai sheita buzte parla.

    • yeanur

      zannat apu i have got ur problems thorouhly. as a brother i feel ashamed. we should bear respect to women so does to profession.

  • tarikur

    I am so proud of my country, Bangladesh. They are advancing. When I was in Bangladesh, talking anything related to sexual activities was taboo and I bet it still is. Therefore, some people who gets sexually abused or harassed, don’t have the courage to tell other people.

    I suggest there should be an awareness campaign of sexual abuse and sexual harassment, so people are more open to talk about it and victims knows where to get help.

  • http://bangladesh azer

    I am so proud of my country, Bangladesh. They are advancing. When I was in Bangladesh, talking anything related to friend activities was taboo and I bet it still is. Therefore, some people who gets friendly abused or harassed, don’t have the courage to tell other people

  • Muhammad Hameem

    unfortunately, just a few moments ago I have found this heart-breaking news in a search. i am a bangladeshi student, living in europe for years.

    when i was at home, we lived like all bangladeshis with a hundreds of years muslim tradition of sisterly and brotherly feelings among ourselves.

    may almighty bless us to be a committed protector of all our female-relatives!

  • khan

    its very terrible.

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